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tólo

Hiligaynon

(B) Three. (see tátlo).



góta

Hiligaynon

(Sp. góta) A drop of liquid. Gótas amárgas. Bitters. (see tolô).


tólò, tolô

Hiligaynon

See túlò, tulô-to drop, trickle; a drop.


tulô

Hiligaynon

Drop, bead (of perspiration, tears, blood, rain, etc.). Tátlo ka tulô nga bulúng sa isá ka kutsaríta nga túbig. Three drops of medicine to a teaspoonful of water. Tulúka ang mga dalágkù nga mga tulô nga bálhas sa íya nga ágtang. Look at the large beads of perspiration on his forehead. (tolô id.).


túlò

Hiligaynon

To drip, drop, flow in drops, trickle, distil, dribble; to leak, let escape in drops. Nagatúlò ang atóp, ang alhíbi, ang grípo sang baríl, etc. The roof, the water-tank, the tap of the barrel, etc. is leaking. Natulóan akó sing tátlo ka tulô. Three drops trickled down on me. Mahalín kitá dirí, kay ginatulóan sang ulán. Let us remove to another place, for here the rain is dripping on us. (see tólò id.; tubúd).


úlà

Hiligaynon

To pour out liquids, empty a vessel, discharge, spill, pour away. Iúlà (Uláa) ang túbig. Pour out the water. Ginúlà níya sa bintánà ang túbig nga sa labadór. He poured the water in the wash-basin out of the window. Nauláan akó sing túbig sang paglígad (paglubás) ko sa íla baláy. As I passed their house some water was poured over me. Ginúlà níya ang sópas. He spilled the soup. Natúmba ang báso kag ang íya panápton nauláan sing pilá ka tolô nga bíno. The glass tumbled over and a few drops of wine were spilt on her dress. (see básia, básya, tíbiong, táyhong, tayón, tígis, tágay).


úlà

Hiligaynon

To pour out liquids, empty a vessel, discharge, spill, pour away. Iúlà (Uláa) ang túbig. Pour out the water. Ginúlà níya sa bintánà ang túbig nga sa labadór. He poured the water in the wash-basin out of the window. Nauláan akó sing túbig sang paglígad (paglubás) ko sa íla baláy. As I passed their house some water was poured over me. Ginúlà níya ang sópas. He spilled the soup. Natúmba ang báso kag ang íya panápton nauláan sing pilá ka tolô nga bíno. The glass tumbled over and a few drops of wine were spilt on her dress. (see básia, básya, tíbiong, táyhong, tayón, tígis, tágay).


amomotolón

Hiligaynon

Pertaining to amomótol, one affected with amomótol.


mitolohía

Hiligaynon

(Sp. mitologia) Mythology.


pagtolón-an

Hiligaynon

Doctrine, dogma, teaching, principles of action, authoritative views or declarations, teaching, instruction, direction, exposition. (see toón).


pagtoloóhan

Hiligaynon

Creed, belief, article of Faith, that which is to be believed. Bantayán nínyo ang bánwa, agúd nga dílì pagsalakáyon sang pagtoloóhan nga butíg. Watch over your town, lest false doctrine should find an entrance. (see tóo).


santolón

Hiligaynon

A pious or saintly person; also used in contempt: sanctimonious, hypocrite, goody-goody.


See túlug, tulúg, túluk.


tologmáhon

Hiligaynon

Riddle, puzzle, problem, mystery, something difficult of solution or hard to guess. (tógma).


tolokádon

Hiligaynon

Ascent, slope, rise, incline, steep, acclivity, up-hill. (see tokád, takládon, takláron, tolokáron).


tolokáron

Hiligaynon

See tolokádon.


tolokáron

Hiligaynon

A musical instrument; music to be played, a piece of music, sonata. (see tokár, palatúnggon, sonáta).


toloktokón

Hiligaynon

Back, spine, back-bone, shoulder-blade. (see talódtod).


That is to be-chopped up,-minced,-cut up in small pieces,-hashed. Unúd nga toloktokón. Meat for a mince-pie. (tóktok).


tolón

Hiligaynon

See tulún-to swallow, etc.


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